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- 3 Sep 2019, 4:38pm
- Forum: For Sale - Complete bikes ONLY - state FRAME SIZE in title
- Topic: Maze 2sp Kickback bicycle (55cm)
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Looks like a single-speed but has an extra gear for the Devon hills in the rear hub. It was built up by Magic Bike Mike in Exeter during 2012 and I bought it from the first owner in November 2014. I have changed over the handlebars and reduced the gearing for rolling East Devon, but I've hardly ridd...
- 9 Aug 2016, 4:57pm
- Forum: Bikes & Bits – Technical section
- Topic: Ortlieb classic
- Replies: 3
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I've had success with using instant self-adhesive patches (e.g. http://www.wiggle.co.uk/park-tool-punct ... per-patch/) on both sides. They've held for a number of years now on my panniers. However it does depend how big your tear is...
Thank you all for the suggestions and ideas - I'll have to have a think to see what would work. As said, I'm wary of mounting the lamp on the forks as I use the bike to commute, shop etc as well as for day rides, and so can't rely on the lamp not being bumped by others while the bike is parked. Howe...
I've got a c2000 Super Galaxy which doesn't have a hole in the front of the fork crown for mounting a lamp. As a result of this, I've got my IQ Fly mounted off the handlebars using an adapter similar to this one http://www.sjscycles.co.uk/schmidt-handlebar-fitting-dynamo-headlamp-bracket-prod9884/ ....
Probably too late, but.... As you're heading into the city, then the S-bahns only take 40mins to the centre, and Munich airport can be very quick to get out of (touch down to train in 30mins incl. baggage). The S-bahns run until very late (S1 stops before S8, the latter is also marginally quicker in...